Focus on In-House Counsel: Litigation as a Part of Corporate Immigration Strategy - Recording (.MP3)
In 2019, employers are seeing unprecedented delays, denials, and a lack of consistency in their immigration filings. Motions and administrative appeals are time-consuming and frequently futile. Often, federal court litigation is the quickest and most effective way to obtain an adjudication or reverse a denial. However, most employers are uncertain of the process and chances of success, and they worry about the possible adverse impact to the company if they file a mandamus or challenge a denial in federal court. This seminar, designed specifically for in-house counsel and lawyers who advise companies, will provide practical, cutting-edge advice regarding the costs, logistics, risks, and benefits of incorporating federal litigation into your corporate immigration strategy.
- What Kinds of Federal Court Actions Are Available to Expedite Delayed Cases and Challenge Denials?
- Which Types of Cases Are Successful? What Are the Estimated Timelines?
- Are Temporary Restraining Orders to Keep an Employee Employed Possible?
- Are There Possible Negative Ramifications to the Company in Future Adjudications, Government Contracts, or Enforcement?
- Can the Company Avoid Being a Named Plaintiff?
- What Are the Best Approaches for In-House Counsel to Convince the Company to Litigate?
- Who Is Responsible for Legal Fees? Are EAJA Fees Available?
- What Are Other Companies Doing? What Are the Recent Success Stories?